Ledingham Chalmers Christmas Aberdeen and Inverness employment law cafes — Thursday 7 December and Tuesday 19 December
These free events put the major legislative developments seen over the past 12 months under the spotlight, helping businesses in the north and north east deal with the practical implications of these rules on their own organisations.
The sessions, held at the Ledingham Chalmers’ offices in Aberdeen and Inverness on 7 and 19 December respectively, will cover a broad range of issues from harassment and misconduct in the workplace to the abolition of tribunal fees and the upcoming general data protection regulation (GDPR), which will have a profound effect on every business.
In addition, Ledingham Chalmers is hosting a free business breakfast covering the same topics with Lochaber Chamber of Commerce in Fort William on 13 December from 9.30 to 11.30am. The event is open to chamber members.
Head of the firm’s employment law team, partner Kirk Tudhope, said: “Why does having a ‘zero tolerance’ approach to discipline in the workplace cause problems? Is checking on workers’ emails a breach of human rights? And is the abolition of tribunal fees an early Christmas present for employers?
“We’ll answer these, and many other questions, giving anyone whose role includes HR invaluable advice on how to deal fairly, and indeed robustly if required, with the typical challenges that arise in the workplace.”
Register online for the Aberdeen event (limited spaces)
Register online for the Inverness event
Register online for the Fort William business breakfast (members only)
Posted, 29 November 2017 Categories: Events